Elegant apartment design in China by Taranta Creations

Living in a boisterous city like Shanghai, China, have you ever dreamed about a fresh, quiet and elegant apartment like this where you can take a rest from all the outside noise and hurry? 

Situated in Huaihai Road of the luxurious Shanghai, China, this apartment designed by Taranta Creations emerges as a peaceful island in a busy and populous city. The architecture studioTaranta Creations brought the concept of a comfortable and modern urban retreat into the apartment by creating aroomy, fresh and airy space where the owners can rebalance themselves after a long, hard and stressful day. This 100 square meter apartmentis dominated by the colour theme of white which brings a sense of purity and freshness. The architects used light grey and pastel orange as complementary hues to add more interesting effects to the home.

[Photos and information provided via e-mail by Taranta Creations]



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Nhu Anh is a professional editor in the field of architecture and interior design. Having a strong desire for architecture and design in her writing career, Nhu Anh attempts to provide readers the most wonderful architectural news and projects.


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